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Nazim Hikmet - Plea
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1.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 25 Nov 2007 Sun 10:36 pm

2.       AEnigma III
0 posts
 25 Nov 2007 Sun 10:46 pm

Its nice to include the original

DAVET

Dörtnala gelip Uzak Asya'dan
Akdenize bir kısrak başı gibi uzanan
Bu memleket bizim!
Bilekler kan içinde, dişler kenetli
ayaklar çıplak
Ve ipek bir halıya benzeyen toprak
Bu cehennem, bu cennet bizim!
Kapansın el kapıları bir daha açılmasın
Yok edin insanın insana kulluğunu
Bu davet bizim!
Yaşamak bir ağaç gibi tek ve hür
Ve bir orman gibi kardeşÃ§esine
Bu hasret bizim!

Nazım Hikmet

3.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 25 Nov 2007 Sun 10:54 pm

He is great poet

4.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 25 Nov 2007 Sun 10:55 pm

5.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 26 Nov 2007 Mon 12:05 am

6.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 26 Nov 2007 Mon 12:12 am

You are right...

7.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 26 Nov 2007 Mon 12:15 am

8.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 26 Nov 2007 Mon 01:03 am

BEDREDDIN
Outside of the Turkic world, Bedreddin is best known through the Epic of Sheikh Bedreddin, a narrative poem by famed leftist poet Nazim Hikmet. In Osman’s Dream, a magnificent newly-published single-volume history of the Ottoman Empire, author Caroline Finkel quotes an English translation of Hikmet’s imagined ode to oneness sung by Bedreddin’s followers as they prepared for their final confrontation with the Sultan’s forces:



To be able to sing together
pulling the nets all together from the sea,
together to forge the iron like a lace,
all together to plow the soil,
to be able to eat the honey-filled figs together
and to be able to say:
everything but the cheek of the beloved
we all share together
everywhere
To achieve this
Ten thousand heroes sacrificed their eight thousand


In Turkey and in isolated corners of the lands that once comprised the Ottoman Empire, the memory of Bedreddin is still very much alive

9.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 26 Nov 2007 Mon 02:31 am

Beautiful Roswitha ..ty

I hope the idiot who thinks Nazim was a traitor reads this.

How dare he compares his own compassion for the fatherland, with that of Nazim?

10.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 26 Nov 2007 Mon 02:35 am

I think the idiot is gone

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